Training in bleeding control

Stop the Bleed organization logo


Life-threatening bleeding injuries can happen anytime. When they do, every minute counts! Stop the Bleed teaches empowers participants to take action!

Our trained instructors teach the community about bleeding control: recognizing life-threatening bleeding, using a tourniquet, and packing and applying pressure to a wound.   

Poster describing the Stop the Bleed steps taught in the class  

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*Please note that classes have resumed and we are currently working on offering public trainings.*


Nonprofits

Do you work or volunteer for a 501(c)(3) organization that hosts public events? You may be eligible for a FREE bleeding control kit & training on how to treat life-threatening bleeding from the Office of Emergency Management.


Apply to receive a free bleeding control kit and training: http://bit.ly/STB-kits-SeaOEM


Instructors in action

Two students learning how to control bleeding from their instructor

Ann Forrest teaching bleeding control to a community organization's staff.

two people practicing stopping bleeding wound on practice legs with instructor providing instruction

Cyndie Richter Juarez, training our incoming instructors.

If you would like to learn more about our Stop the Bleed program, please contact Mary Gerardo at mary.gerardo@seattle.gov.